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Old 03-16-08, 07:14 PM   #13
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Default Re: e6400 Hitting A Wall @3.7ghz

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CPU-Z always reports the voltage incorrectly.
Really? I thought it was far more accurate than whats reported in the bios. I set 1.475 in the bios and cpuz reports it as 1.41. I put that down to vdroop.
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Default Re: e6400 Hitting A Wall @3.7ghz

1.40 was fine upto a certain point i think.

Then again I don't know for sure as I tend to leave different versions lying around anywhere and it doesn't install so it doesn't overwrite previous versions.
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